Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Same issue but pressing Power and SEL would not reset unit. Found solution. Once again disconnected the car battery. Removed the face unit from the radio base and then reconnected the battery. Replacing the face unit AFTER the power was re-established solved the issue. (Probably pulling the radio fuse rather than toying with the battery connection would have done the same thing.)
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
I have a similar Lanzar unit. I had it in twice while it was under warentee for the same issue. I also had it in a couple more times for other issues. It cost me about $30 shipping both ways each time I returened it. About a month after the warentee expired, the DVD quit ejecting again.
Bottom line, I would look at purchasing a different uint or use an ipod instead of the CD.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
Looking down on the unit from above with "Memorex" reading left to right look at about one oclock. There is a switch marked hold ...turn it off. Its black on black, so its hard to see. It disables the onboard controls. The remote if you have it works either way, but when on hold it will act just as you describe.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
You have your accessory wire (red wire) and remote ran together and the yellow (constant wire ran separately in the dash?
You need the red wire to so you can use accessory and to turn off your cd player when your vehicle turns off.
You need the yellow wire to keep all your settings stored. base/treble/time clock
Just a little clarification. Your amp turns on with the remote wire (blue) wire, if that is not hooked up you will get no power to the amp.
Here's the in-dash diagram to your vehicle at the bottom of this pdf.
You want to focus on N,O, and P
Do you happen to have an after market wiring harness? These can be bought from walmart for your vehicle. You just take the male end connect the colors together and plug end that goes to your cd player into the female end. Very easy to do.
Windshield wiper issue: http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/attachments/4-6l-tech/32492d1188791176-2003-mustang-fuse-box-diagram-2003-enginefuseblock01.pdf Check C1002, 1003, and 1004 under your hood.
You could also have one of these fuses out under your hood, that might cause you to lose power to everything.
Let me know if you need more assistance =)
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
Switch your blue wires around.
You have put the remote antenna wire to the remote turn on of the amplifier. The radio cuts off the power to the "power antenna" when you switch to a different mode... so your amplifier is now losing the turn on signal it requires to stay on.
Simple 2 minute fix.
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Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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